Unfortunately for those who like to do outdoor activities after work, Daylight Savings Time ends this weekend -- which means it will get dark an hour earlier each evening. Daylight hours will also continue to decrease until we reach the winter solstice on December 21, the shortest day of ...
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Nothing beats relaxing in a large bathtub with candles, wine and a good book. While it’s a scene most apartment dwellers only see in the movies, many renters aspire to create a similar experience in their own bathrooms. Unfortunately, most apartments bathrooms aren’t exactly the lavish quarters you see in ...
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Buffalo's growing season may be short, but there are plenty of great farmers markets you can visit during the summer. From strawberries to leafy greens, flower bouquets and gourmet pastries, the farmers markets around Buffalo and Niagara Falls offer the best of local farms’ bounties. Most of them are growers-only ...
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Summer is (finally) almost here, and getting healthier is a popular goal as people prepare to bare more skin in the summer months. While we’ve written about Buffalo’s popular gyms and fitness clubs in the past, health isn’t just about exercise -- it’s about eating well and spending time outside ...
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While Buffalo is better known for its cold weather sports like hockey and football, baseball also has a healthy fanbase in the city -- as well as plenty of history. Buffalo has been home to baseball teams since the 1800s, including teams in the early history of baseball’s major leagues. ...
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It’s Valentine’s Day, which means many people will be indulging in chocolate and other sweet treats. According to History.com, 58 million pounds of chocolate are purchased during Valentine's Day week alone. But why is it so popular to gift loved ones chocolate on this holiday? History Of Chocolate & Valentine’s Day The ...
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We’ve finally dug out from last week’s polar vortex snowstorm -- but it’s surely not the last of the season. Dealing with the snow can be difficult, but there are many ways to make it better that don’t involve jet-setting off to a warmer destination. BuzzFeed recently released a list of ...
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Drone imagery has quickly gone for a luxury to a necessity in marketing real estate whether a house or an apartment. Renters want a sense of a property and what's around it from a perspective that only a drone can offer. That was not lost on us here at ...
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At Kenmore Development, we believe it’s important to give back to our community and do our part through fundraising and events like our annual food drive. That’s why we’re sponsoring a fundraising event, the 716 Champions League, this Saturday, October 6. The event is a soccer tournament to benefit Algonquin ...
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Now that Labor Day has passed and school is back in session, the frivolous days of summer are unofficially over, presenting some unique challenges for those who work and study primarily in their homes. For students coming off a long summer break, it can be difficult to transition back into ...
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New York City’s Central Park gets plenty of fanfare, and rightfully so. But anyone who’s been to Buffalo knows that our parks are nothing to sneeze at. Many non-locals are unaware that Central Park’s designer, Frederick Law Olmsted, also designed Buffalo’s gorgeous system of parks, including its crown jewel, Delaware ...
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